'Music' topped the Billboard Hot 100 on September, 16, 2000. It was her first Billboard Hot 100 since 1995 (and her 12th and most recent leader). By reaching number one, it made Madonna the second artist to achieve number one hits on the Hot 100 in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. The first was Janet Jackson, who had done the same achievement with "Doesn't Really Matter", which preceded "Music" as the Hot 100's number one single. "Music" was also the longest-running number one song on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in the 2000s, with a longevity of five weeks at number one. It eventually became the second most-successful dance song of the 2000s in the United States, reaching number two on the Hot Dance Club Play Decade-end Chart, behind Madonna's own "Hung Up" (2005).